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Ling, Hsien-yang or Henry H. Lin (Chinese Name: 凌憲揚) was a native of Guangdong province. He completed a B.A. in University of Shanghai in 1927.[1] Later, he completed a MBA degree in University of South California.

Henry H. Lin
凌憲揚
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Born1905
Died
Shanghai, China
NationalityChinese
Other namesLing, Hsien-yang
CitizenshipChina
Education
  • B.A.
  • MBA
Alma mater
  • University of Shanghai
  • University of South California
OccupationEducator
Known forPresident of University of Shanghai (1946)

From 1941 to 1945, He was the manager of Printing and Engraving Department of Central Trust of China, and the later General Manager of China Engraving and Printing Works in the Chinese wartime capital of Chongqing.

In 1946, he became the president for the University of Shanghai.[2] He remained in Shanghai in order to work his potentials for teaching after 1949.

References

  1. Ling, Hsien-yang, Chinese Who's Who, China Year Book 1947, Page 674
  2. China and the Christian colleges 1850-1950, Jessie Gregory Lutz, Cornell University Press, 1971 Page 575

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